Messaging app has finally rolled out the paid tier. All the features are outlined in a post on chat’s blog. Some of its bigger draws include faster downloads.
Instead of joining up to 500 channels, subscribers are capped at 1,000 channels. Subscribers can create 20 chat folders with 200 chats each, save up to 10 stickers.
Premium stickers with more obnoxious full-screen animations. Also feature emoji reactions, animations and animations. Subscribing to premium removes sponsored messages in public channels.
Telegram CEO Pavel Durov said free features will remain free. New features wo n’t impact the telegram experience for non-subscribers.
The latest update displays verified badges in chats. It gives public groups the ability to enable join requests. The platform appears to be following through on so far.